India likely to extend credit line to Sri Lanka for essential medicines

The quantum of the line of credit to be extended is not yet known


India has already extended credit lines and currency swaps worth over $3 billion to Sri Lanka.

India is likely to extend a line of credit for essential medicines to Sri Lanka, in a bid to bail out its southern neighbour. A meeting was convened on Tuesday

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First Published: May 19 2022 | 0:53 AM IST

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